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Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling-$15 per 20-minute session

 

Snowmobiling occurs in 20-minute sessions on Saturday morning and afternoon. Drivers are not required to have a driver’s license, learner’s permit or be of a certain age-they simply must be able to handle the machine. Drivers operate the snowmobiles at their own pace in a controlled, groomed area. The track wraps around the soccer field, and has a good combination of turns, hills and straightaways. The track is clearly outlined but the camper will need to be able to keep the snowmobile on the track at all times. The snowmobiles are designed for one-person operation, therefore, no doubling is permitted and time slots may not be shared (one person per sled, per time slot).

Paintball

Paintball-$10 per 1½ hour session

Paintball is available all day Saturday and is located in the woods to the left of the tube hill. Sign-ups will be on Friday afternoon. Markers, 100 paintballs, as well as all other safety equipment will be provided. Additional ammunition may be purchased. Safety orientation will take place before each game. Players must use WOL equipment only, with the exception of the mask, which is subject to WOL approval. Do not bring personal paintballs, paintball guns or markers.

Speed Paintball

Speed Paintball Tournament-$15 per team

The entry fee gives use of marker/mask and 100 paintballs per player. Extra paint may be purchased at the tournament. Teams will play at least three games with an accumulative scoring point system. Teams consist of five players. Players

must use WOL equipment only, with the exception of the mask, which is subject to WOL approval. Do not bring personal paintballs or paintball markers.

Snowshoe

Snowshoe Expeditions-Free

Snow Shoe Expeditions run for approximately 1 – 1½ hours per session. A guide/instructor is provided, enabling you to have a more enjoyable experience. You will learn how to properly use the snowshoes and be able to find your way easily throughout the wooded area of the campus.

Rumble Ball

Rumble Ball-Free

Rumble Ball is an insane combination of Rugby, Soccer and Volleyball. We run pick-up games during all of the open activity times. This is a physical game that involves a lot of running and potential physical contact.

Archery Tag

Archery Tag-Free

Archery Tag has the excitement of dodge-ball and the thrill of paint-ball. Unlike paintballs and dodge-ball the arrows leave no welts or bruising, making it fun for players of all ages. Two teams battle to be the first team to knock out all the centers of their opposing team’s 5-spot target. The game ends in one of 3 ways: all of an opposing team’s members have been tagged out, all the 5-spots have been eliminated on an opponent’s target, or a set time limit has passed. If the game ends because the time frame has expired, then the team with the least amount of center- spots knocked out wins.

Cardboard Sled Race

Cardboard Sled Race-Free

The Cardboard sled Race is an exciting group activity that takes place on Saturday evening. There are two parts to the competition. For sleds entered in the design competition, sleds will be judged during the Parade before the race. Sleds are timed, and the fastest sled is the winner. It’s always an exciting time to watch the sleds come down the tube hill and wonder if they will actually make it across the finish line!

Mega Tube HIll

Mega Tube Hill-Free

The Mega Tube Hill is made up of two straight shots (also used for the Cardboard sled Race) and a winding course from the top of the WOLBI mountain to the base of Hungary Dorm. The tube and snow will be provided; you just need to provide the energy!

Snow Chute

Snow Chute-Free

The Snow Chute is a fast, snow-packed course that runs down the hill next to the Ice Chute. Plastic sleds provide a ride that lasts a few heart-pounding moments.

Ice Chute

Ice Chute-Free

The Word of Life Ranch children’s camp waterslide is transformed by icing it down, clearing a path on the frozen lake and sending campers flying down a straight shot onto the ice.

Gaga Ball

Ga-Ga Ball-Free

Ga-Ga Ball is played in a large octagon called the Ga-Ga court. Ga-Ga Ball begins with someone throwing the Ga-Ga Ball up into the air. When it bounces the players say “Ga” each bounce for the first three bounces. After three bounces the ball is in play and the game starts. Game play is an adaptation of Dodgeball, but the actual picking up of the ball and throwing it at a person is not allowed. Game play involves hitting the ball only and trying to keep it in the court